The Masters

Dates: 12-15 November 2020

Course: Augusta National

TV Coverage: Sky Sports (All rounds Live)

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The Race to for the Green Jacket resumes in mid November.

Originally set to be played at the start of April the event was postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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The event has been reorganised to be played in November for the first time since the 1950s.

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There will be no patrons on site to watch the action this year as the event is played behind closed doors for the first time.

Defending Champion Tiger Woods looks to add to his five Masters titles around the hallowed turf he knows so well.

As well as over $2 million in prize money, the famous Green Jacket, and 600 FedEx Cup points, the winner is gifted a lifetime exemption to compete in the tournament.

Rory McIlory, the four-time major champion bolsters a great record at Augusta, finishing inside the top 10 each of the last five years before 2019. ‘Rors’ is looking to mimic the golfing greats and complete the Grand Slam by winning the US Masters… but can he do it?.

Justin Rose will look to add to his sole major victory at the US Open, Merion 2013.The Englishman has came close twice, finishing second behind Jordan Spieth in 2015 and losing to in a playoff to the triumphant spanaird, Sergio Garcia in 2017.

Records:

18 hole score – 63 strokes – Tied, Nick Price (1986) & Greg Norman (1996).

Tournament low score – Tied, 270 strokes (-18) Tiger Woods (1997) & Jordan Spieth (2015).

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Augusta is one of the most famous golfing venues, designed by Bobby Jones and Alister MacKenzie.

Golf Monthly will be keeping an eye on all the proceedings at Augusta National this year, so keep checking back to this page and also the Golf Monthly Facebook and Twitter channels for all the latest updates.

Bernhard Langer’s Augusta National Course Guide Bernard Langer

Bernhard Langer knows the golf course at Augusta National better than most. The Masters champion of 1985 and 1993, Germany’s Langer made his Augusta debut in 1982 and he will be making his 34th Masters appearance this year. Among European golfers, only Sandy Lyle has appeared in more Masters tournaments (35 up to 2016) although Langer, 59, has made more cuts and played more Masters rounds. Here is Langer’s hole-by-hole guide to playing Augusta National

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